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    cmaloney9

    My chart has two dots connected by dashed lines, instead of solid blue lines. What does the dashed line mean?

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    peach

    The dashed line means there was more than one day in between your recorded basal body temperature. It creates a solid line when day to day temps are recorded.

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    Courtney

    Thanks, Peach! That's correct - the dashed line indicates that more than one day has passed in between your BBT recordings. This just serves to remind you visually on your chart that you didn't record your temperature for that day.

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    laurendelco

    my temperature was recorded for that day, there is even a blue dot on my chart, but it created a dotted line through that day and doesn't connect the blue dot. why is that?

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    Courtney

    Hm, this may be an issue on our end - can you email us at feedback@kindara.com so we can look into this? 

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    bmgregory

    This is happening to me as well. 

    Looks like the temperature that the online chart thinks is missing happens to equal my calculated coverline.  Cycle 13 day on ovulation day temp=97.62 which happens to equal my calculated coverline temp. The online chart has decided to not connect the temp even though there is a blue dot displayed and draw a dotted line from the the temperature the day before to the peak temp skipping over the ovulation day temp.  Seems to be a glitch with the online charting.

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    Sam

    HI bmgregory,

    We've located the issue and it has to do with the way the algorithm is applying the Rule of Thumb to your data.  I'm sorry that it's making your chart look strange, but we're definitely working out a fix that won't hurt the algorithm. Thanks!

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    mangosaru

    Would it be normal to have low temperatures, a rise in temperature for 4 or 5 days then back to low temperatures? Without the sustained rise in temperature, do the three days of increased temperature still confirm ovulation?

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    Alliyah Morehead

    What would be considered high temperatures for after ovulation and low temperatures before ? I see the three day after ovulation and you have high temperatures, that you arent fertile after that ? Im very new to this i cant buy the fertility book as of now and im 18 and not sure about anything right now haha im trying to avoid pregnancy and just got off birth control first day tonight i didnt take one so i know my chart will be crazy. So i just need help Haha

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